Michael Wheeless successfully demonstrated that commercial smartphones and tablets could connect securely from Navy ships to networks back ashore.
Andrew Yuen completely revamped the EPA's website to make it easier for users to find the information they need.
Mobile might not be the most serious security risk, but it needs far more attention than it has been getting.
Feds must be prepared for even more urgent commercial demands for precious wireless spectrum, according to a top Pentagon IT official.
With an agile, iterative testing model, the Census Bureau is hoping to avoid repeating the mobile meltdown of 2010 as it tries to technologically streamline -- and secure -- the 2020 count.
Telework is great for those who need it and can capitalize on distributed work. But a new study shows the morale of those left behind can suffer as telework programs expand -- and can spark an office exodus rooted in loneliness, not necessity.
The Census Bureau is wrestling with big questions about how it will incorporate mobile devices and Internet responses into its next big tally. Plus, the bureau still needs a new CIO.
Lawmakers are mulling bills that would encourage agencies to hand spectrum over to the data-hungry private sector.
The new law empowers CIOs to fully integrate mobile technology into the federal workplace — and transform employee productivity.
Industry is pushing back against the prospect of spectrum restrictions as the age-old tradeoff – stability or innovation – looms with mobile connectivity.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
Army IT personnel are using code to integrate C2 nodes into a common architecture that is the backbone of the sensor computing part of the COE.
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